Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris and Maren Morris visited the big apple earlier this week. They were in town for the annual All for the Hall benefit for the Country Music Hall of Fame.
The event also featured the country stars and pop star Kesha. They joined together sitting in a half-circle on stage at Time Square's Playstation Theatre, treating the crowd to and old fashioned guitar pull.
The night featured 16 songs, including Vince performing Rodney Crowell’s “Til I Gain Control Again,” and “Forever Changed,” the tune he debuted at the Country Radio Seminar.
Maren treated the crowd to her number one song “I Could Use A Love Song,” as well as “My Church” and “Dear Hate,” while Emmylou sang “Love and Happiness,” and got some help from Vince on “My Antonia" and Townes Van Zandt's "If I Needed You."
Finally Kesha performed her “Rainbow” track “Godzilla,” her tune “Blow,” and then got help from Maren on “Your Love is My Drug.”
Check out video from some of the performances below
Source: Rolling Stone